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Badlands Bob #61228

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Badlands Bob #61228 last won the day on August 28 2018

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  1. I think the important part of the article was that it was in New Jersey. That explains a lot.
  2. There are 3 keys on a trumpet and with 6 combinations of the keys you can play over 2 octaves of notes. It's all in the lips.
  3. It sounds like Earl has made the ultimate contribution to the food chain and joined the Circle of Life. See, that sounds a lot better than "something ate him".
  4. American technology successfully tested in Japan.
  5. That's a whole lot of work to keep from doing a little work. Just saying...
  6. This is something I knocked out in about 5 minutes from a piece of scrap maple. Is this sort of what your looking for?
  7. The swag device only removes the crimp from military primer pockets. It's doesn't have anything to do with the depth of the primer pocket. If the brass has LC on the headstamp, it means Lake City brass and had a crimped primer pocket originally. You only have to swag the primer pocket once to remove the crimp.
  8. I'm just waiting on my Cratex rod from Brownell's. Then I'm gonna make the whole world shinny. Did you know that some people have jeweled brass carriers in the 73? Hmmm.
  9. A wood lathe is a pretty simple device. The heavier the lathe the more stable it is and the bigger piece you can turn. How much lathe you need is always the issue. You can turn little stuff on a big lathe but you can't turn big stuff on a little lathe. Lathe tools can also get quite expensive and some take quite a learning curve. Wood turning is an addiction and a money pit. If you've got a specific design or plan, maybe I can help you out.
  10. Great. I love the one stop, shop. It eliminates me getting lost trying to find some Goose Pond or Gunter's Lake State park lodge. Park the camper and go find Barkeep with no worries.
  11. I ordered the 3/16" cratex. Should be here by Monday.
  12. I almost got squashed a couple of times trying to cross the street in London on foot. It really messes with your time and distance. I think the Taxis actually aim for you.
  13. Well, look who showed up full of advise. My old friend Cass. Note to self: Never take advise from your competition.
  14. I'd be afraid of catching Monkey Pox wearing that outfit.
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